"CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN"
i 242 Fine Cloth Dressesand
i A Very Special Sale
You want a work shoe that comes up
estimate of what a work shoe ought to be a
shoe that looks good, feels good, wears good
and is Soft and Good."
You'll never he His.mnnint.,1 o.f.
Good shoes, because they'll come up to
expectations. They are of medium weight, but
stand hard service anywhere.
And they look good enough to wear to
town or to
church on your days of rest.
We are proud of the reputation of "Soft & Good"
ke thi shoe but
Johnson & Rand.
?nd every pair of
evcr used. Get a pair and see Tor leather
and Uood" they are.
"Star ran SAoes Are Better
Local Talent Play.
The "Rainbow Kimona" will be
presented lv home talent at Bruce
Ball Tuesday and Wednesday evening, May 7 and 8. You will miss a
treat if you fail to see it.
SUTT & SON
Card of Thanks.
Fire destroyed the two and
story residence of Mrs. Carrie
Coleman at I'ewee Valley yesterday
entailing a loss of (3,500, partly
covered bv Insurance.
Sherman Swan, three year old son
of Mr. C. H. Swac, of near Mt. Zion,
who has been very ill with bronchitis
for several weeks, is reported much
The Lutheran Ladies' Aid desire to
tbank "Grandma" Thomas, Mrs. T
nomas, Mrs. Rose Leatherman
and Mrs. New-toThome for the
quills which they donated for the
I32 R. Market St.
it v. Market s
Quarterly Meeting at Cooper's.
The third quarterly meeting of the
Jefferson town Oharge will be held at
Cooper Memorial Saturday and
April 27 and 28. Preaching by
Dr. Thomas, P. E., at lt a. m. Saturday and 11 a. m. Sunday, and the
Lord's supper on Sunday.
Lecture on the "Three Ways"
THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS who meet at
Tvier Sisters1 Residence m ar Swamp College every Sunday
afternoon for the study of God's Word, will have with them
SO SI) A V AFTERNOON,
APRIL 28, AT 3 O'CLOCK.
BROAD WAY TO DESTRUCTION, (Matt. 7:13)
THE NARROW WAY TO LIFE, (Matt. 7:14)
THE HIGHWAY OF HOLINESS, (Isa. 35:8)
Come and hear these scriptures harmonized by this able
Everybody welcome. Seats free; no collection.
I'ikSai.k Two ifood work liorsrs.oiie four
year old eeuiintr. J. C uurciv Bum Plume
Carlln, who has been on
list, is some better.
Miss Katie Walker spent Tuesday
nigbl with .Miss B. li. Hummel.
Fur S A Ui Vonnt tresh cow and calf.
Mr. Henry Watterson was a guest
ss kmm a ssyuku Jeilersontown.
at supper Tuesday night of Mi .lohn
I', ik SAi.r- A missive lelsitil ami
(old style) vet y aid and luukdsooie.tiSO
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hummel spent
: Walker BMar.
H a NQOCK TAY i.K &eo.
one day last week with their son,
Mr. H. A. Hummel.
Pom Sai.k- - Poolroom in Jeffer aoa town
Mr. H. A. u m me :inil Famllv nunl
or will sell half interest. Apply at JEFPK8 Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis
SONToWN PO( (MUX iM
M s. Lou Hummel
I'.jH SAl.t Mare. in loal to. lack, six years
and son. Charles,
old. BUS U'll.l.lAMS. It I. Bueckel, Ky,
spent Tuesday with Mr. II. A. Hummel and family.
Mis. Bdgar Sprowl, is attending a
potato planter and
cheap. QBO. luncheon today, given by Mts. Pred
Hamilton double cultivator;
S'.'HNia TKK. KoiilelH. Jefferson tow a.
Lyons, ui Louisville.
Misses Rebecca Thomas," Gustave
Schotming and V.. B. Bununei
.lelfer-POB Sai.k Several alee lots near
tbe Bag raising at Kent
iiltow n car line. Will sell at barnain prices.
rifHint buiidilltr sites Appn atotticeul Ureeg Sum la y.
Mrs. Wm. Meixsel and little son
Clarence, and Mrs. W. T. Lindle and
Port Salk Itarred 11 uioiilh Rock hatch
las .fUlfs; prnes reasonable. i.'AKKOL C uaugiiitfr, viss Nannie u., spent SunSMI
Uiiccliel K V. Koine .'Citizens Tele-- day with Mr.
r. Bennetl and
Two makers, with whom we have been doing a very large business
he past season, gave up the advantage of t he surplus collection at extraordinary concessions, as a compliment for the large orders that we
have been placing with them.
The styles are the prettiest contracted this season: models thai will
appeal to t he women of taste: of the many different materials embodied in these Presses, you'll lind crepe meteor, charmeuse, cWffon
messaline, taffeta, satin, foulard, voile, pone. serge, linen, ratine,
marquisette, crepe voile and lingerie.
Dresses for morning and carriage wear, for tea. bridge and lawn
parties: also dresses for reception, evening, theater and dinner near'
Note the Price Concessions.
S25.Mi $27. SO,
WON PER Fill
FINE CLOTH SUIT.
Suits that are tailored oy tailors who know
every little touch of styL- embodied in these very
late Spring models.
or tastily trim,
The styles include
med models, also the popular "Norfolk" and the new
"Trince George" effects: still others that art- made
with the New French backs and peplums.
You can select from every wanted material, in
Chiding taffetas, eolienne, men's wear serge, novelty
cloths, shepherd checks. Bedford cords. Whipcords,
ben trail ne.
You'il tind every desirable color in this grea
collection of New Model Suits.
Note the values now offered
Eairmount, had as their guests Sunday Mrs. Lucy Stout, Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Stout and little son, Robert.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Eldridtre. Mr.
and Mrs. Will Stout and children,
Nettie Lee and Charles Earl, Mr
and Mrs. John Kaufman and children,
Tom Wallace and Carry May, and
Mr. R. Durrett and Henry Works and
OR ELL LINE
Seven aera nice laad. with a
frame, metal roof, ot 1 non and reception fi a li
lfa Well for heat and Ma IM Here's a chance for a cosy hoase. Immediately oa a trolley
Mrs. Charlie Smith and family
At Fern Creek School Sunday line at a reasona tile BfTUre.
spent Monday with Mrs. Wallace
A DELIGHTFUL HOME
room brick house, all city conveniences, splendid shade.-- rait and garden nics
Afternoon A Great
Acres of trrniind in A nchoracre
81 $22i $25ii
bun ffa low at Lyndon
4 ROOM COTTAGE
Three porches all kind of fruit, rarden, chicken yard, at St. Mathews for sa ie r rent
Fourteen acres, about miles from city, near Brownsboro pike, a riiie piece ol land with
fruit, comfortable home and an needed ontbuildincs,
A NUMBER OF FARMS
farms a: reaThe Hag raising at Fern Greek Of various sizes, and can sav f ruin personal inspection, ariam-- some splendidcrops already
sons ble prices.
Parties can take possession and
planted, or can contract lor the tarm and take possession this tail for train sowscnooi iasi Muuny afternoon was ing. Do not delav it you want a farm fn any Ban knows tun rood farm lands are adlargely attended and piovetl quite a vancing and will continue to advance because of the lactthat cuxtomersare multiplying
more rapidiv. that productions im reasine.
2I8 FOURTH AVE.
Let all your wants be known in this column. The cost is only ONE CENT A WORD
or each insertion payable in advance.
?.' M. A.
Fairraount School Closed.
The Fairmount school closed April
after an eight months'term.
There were eight pupils who did
not miss a day Abb v Bates, Mildred,
Lulie. Edna and Genevieve Johnson.
Mary Belle Clark, Ear) Bates and
::":-:-:"x-:":"X:x:"Willie Ash. Huth Farmer, Mary
r rieada will confer a favor
66 Belle Clark, Edith A. Carwardine,
by n portmir all the visits
Lulie Johnson and Arthur Lyons reof themselves or their quests lor this
column, call either telephone on mber ceived the highest number of head
marks in tneir respective grades.
R. M. A.
Lee Reel Injured.
Mr. Lee Reel, of Tucker neighborhood, narrowly escaped serious injury Tueadav afternoon while riding
a horse and leading; a young colt.
The colt pulled him off of the horse,
Air. Keel falling upon his right
shoulder, which wasseverelv bruised.
While the injury is painful it is not
ROBIN GARR, of Louisville, who wili speak on the
Sherman Swan Better.
a lecture next Sun
day afternoon, April L'8, at it o'clock
at the residence of the Tyler sisters
at Swamp College nnder the auspi
ces of the International Bible Stud-eats- .
Dr. Kobin diarr, of Louisville,
will speak on "Three Wiys," an ad- success.
By HANCOCK TAYLOR & CO.,
vertisement of which is in this
302 Walker Building.
Among the speakers were Rev. Mr
Mrs. w. s. Strong, who underwent issue. Everybody is invited to be McCullough, of Fern Creek, Dr. Wm
an operation for tumor last Tuesdav present, and no collection will be
Rush, of Fern Creek, Rev. Cheek, of
at St. Aatfaooj s infirmary, is report- taken. Dr. (Jarr is a very able
ed doing nicely and expects to be speaker and all who may attend Louisville, Sopt. Orville J.Stiyers,
will le benefited by having heard 01 nuecnei, Juage Hutiaker, a promi
home in about two weeks.
nent lawyer, of Louisville, and Mrs.
Mr. J. O. Bruce and family enterMcNahb, of Louisville.
tained Sunday Rev. J. 1. Cole, M isses
Glen view Notes.
The "roll call" of the states of the
Annie. Ilella and Luella Tyler, Kt.hel
April 22 - Miss Mamie E. FTetting-er- , Union to the present day whs very
Miller, ui Louisville, and Messrs.
The heirs of the late Issac Covert have immtructed us to
daughter of M r. and Mrs. Louis appropriate to the occasion, each
Robert and Willie Vates.
acre farm, together with iarm implements,
a pupil of sell that splendid
The Ladies- Aid of the Christian Hettinger, of Glen view, returned state was represented by
a week's stay in Louis- the school nearing a penant with livestock, and some household p;oods.
church met at t he. home of M rs. .1. home from
(.'. Bruce last Wednesday and quilted ville with her friends, Mr. Georgie name of State with the tlate of adFarm on Pennsylvania Run Pike, just 1 2 miles (rem
mission to the Union.
two quilts. We have twenty mem-t- and Loraine Ohlmann.
Everyone enjoyed the selection by
Miss Mamie Hettinger and her
rs and are proud of our new work.
Car Line at Fern Creek.
friend, Georgie Ohlmann. Loraine Miss Mary Lewis, one of our lovable Terminus of Bardstown Road.
Mrs. Mattie Kin";, Miss Bertie Car
and a popular voung lady of
lin, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Coe anil Mr. Ohlmann and Andie Stuber attended teachers
We will sell
P. K. Miller were guests of Mr. and a euchre and they all reported a
We wish, through your paper, to
Mrs. L. W. McMaban Sunday in honall who helped to make this
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Haunsz and thank
or of Mr. McMahan's birthday and
family spent Thursday with her par- "red letter day" of our school a sucall spent a very pleasant day.
This farm contains ll acres of
cess, and especially do we desire to
limestone land. It can
Mrs. IL S. Krederick and wife ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hettinger,
thank the Order, No. 10, of the easily be broug-hup to a hirh state of cultivation; will make a
spent Tuesdav with Mr. J. P. Fred- of Glenview.
Daughters of Aaerica, for the Bible splendid fruit and truck farm. At present there are 3
erick and wife. The many friends
and the beautiful flag which now
blackberries, 4 acres in apple orchard, about 3 acres in pears,
of Mrs. H. S. Frederickare glad that
Hoats over our school, that they so
she is able to be out after a severe
Dr. Loomis C. Blanton and Miss kindly presented to us. And we also plums, grapes and other small fruits.
attack of rheumatism.
Blanche Allen were married by the wish to extend congratulations to
Cedar Creek runs through this place, thus supplying
Mr. S. F.dw. Vogt, general manager Rev. Dr. W. H. Milley, pastor of the Vernon, Donnel and Hays, sons
of abundant water through all t he seasons for stock; while there
of the Ruee.hel Produce Exchange, Portland Avenue Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Mac. Cartwright. to
with his bright little son, Master J. church, at his residence, 3U34 Port- whom Supt. Stivers presented certifi are two good weils for other purposes.
There is' a good, substantial
Frank, were in Jellersontown Tues- land avenue, yesterday afternoon cates of regularity and punctuality.
house on the
place besides necessarv outbuildings.
day on business.
The boy has every and are stopping at the Louisville
promise or maKing as good a man as Hotel for a few days. Dr. Blanton
Personalty consists of one horse, one Jersey cow, cultivahis father, who is one of our most was formerly Deputy Coroner of JefOperation Performed.
tors, harrows, plows, and other articles too numerous to menprogressive and popular county meaJ ferson county during the coroner-shiMrs. J. T. Frederick, of near Jeff- tion. Be on hand for bargains.
of Dr. C. I. Grove, and is a son ersontown. was called to Taylorsviile
Mr. and M rs. Edgar Sprowl enterTerms on realty, one-thircash, balance one and two years.
tained a wt;ek.-enat of the late Dr. J. W. Blanton, who Saturday to the bedside of her
Terms on personalty announced at Sale.
was one of the best known physicians brother, Mr. I. F. Jewell, who was
their home, "Hickory Hill." Their
guests included Miss IsabelDowns, of in this part of Kentucky. Dr. and operated upon for appendicitis. Mr.
Clark Station, Miss Julia Easum, of Mrs. Blanton will make their home Jewel was in a serious condition, but
Louisville, Miss Camille Semonin. at Kosmosdale, where Dr. Blanton is reported better at this time. Mrs.
Messrs. Carl Fawcett and Sam En- has been practicing since leaving Frederick also visited her brother,
glish, of Louisville.
Mr. R. F. Jewell, at Normandy.
the Coroner's office.
1ib Sai.k A line strain 01 lltrfct Hai red
Plymouth Kock eggs. ?.'; per KV Please
vi l ite or phone a few davs belore.
II A i( Itjllte l.'i. J filer still ton' II. K V.
B04M Pom SAI.K
Ked et'KS. ;"ilc.
Il iKiand H. jo per sittini; of la. M Ks. K. o
Burdoa, rasherville. Ky., ijumh. Phone
Jetfei son tow n eacbanae.
Sai.k Stylish leaeral purpose
years old. lis hands, liuht bay. One ot
the nicest 111 the county. P. K. Ml l.l.l". K.
Ouiiib. Telephone, .leffersontow n. Ky.
do your clean intr. pressing
and repairing, prices reasonable. WAItKKN
Jeffersontown. Ky.4Jt-:- f
to the public to
The goods willrer.
All persons indebted to the estate of Abraham Pittinsrer. deceased, will please call and
settle same without delav. Those having
claims againstthe estate will pleasepresent
same properly proven to me.
K. R. SPROWL. Admr.
Abraham Pittinger, Deed,'
visit Vauehan's store.
and wile to live on farm at
All persons having claims
against the estate of John A. Wlnand. deceased, and Mrs. Sallie A. Winand. dereased.
are notified to present same proven accord-
ing to law to the undersigned, as administrator, on or before May 27, 1912.
P. K. MILLER. Jeffersontown. Ky.
WALLACE A. McKAY. Attorney,
WM. E. MEYER & CO.,
Agents and Auctioneers.